|Somewhere Out There|
|Original Broadcast Date|
|March 31, 1996|
|Absurd Monologue, 60 minutes|
|Preceded by:||Just Get Me Out Of Here|
We were on the Nile, going down the river.
The River is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on March 31, 1996.
Joe is on a passenger boat on the Nile along with a gender reversed German couple, two identical monks, an Egyptian prefect. The German couple's dog disappears. The river makes you feeling a part of god, suicide in the shower, a man with a javelin in his back, missing an eye, a woman who speaks a nonsense language and the linguist who believes it's genuine. Joe is a guide in Africa attacked by animals. Mounting animal hind parts on walls. Being covered with watches. The burial of an anthropologist by the banks of a river.
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The original broadcast credits state: "Created in collaboration with Arthur Miller. Recorded music was from Combustible Edison. Original music was created by vocalist Judith Owen and keyboardist Todd Cochran to a loop by the group Outside. This program was recorded, edited, and mixed by Theo Mondle. Special thanks to Jennifer Ferro, Carly Eiseman, Esmé Gregson, Kelly Kidneigh, and Steve Herbert."